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    Quote Originally Posted by thebanana View Post
    Acros 100 is a great film. No reciprocity failure to worry about.
    On the other hand, for whatever reason, Acros cannot be processed in dr5. Neopan 400 can be processed in dr5, but can only be processed as sepia. I'm not sure what it is about Fuji B+W and reversal processing. But generally speakng, Fuji B+W is not for slide aficionados.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Findel View Post
    Oh, and a color transparency film producing a bw neg was meant to be an oxymoron, but come to think of it, that would actually be possible.
    Very true. A B+W negative is actually the first step in the processing of Kodachrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StorminMatt View Post
    On the other hand, for whatever reason, Acros cannot be processed in dr5. Neopan 400 can be processed in dr5, but can only be processed as sepia. I'm not sure what it is about Fuji B+W and reversal processing. But generally speakng, Fuji B+W is not for slide aficionados.



    Very true. A B+W negative is actually the first step in the processing of Kodachrome.
    Isn't a B&W negative also the first step in E6?
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    This thread has only reinforced my love for Acros.

    There's a reason I have about 26 rolls of the stuff in my fridge.

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    Just bought 10 rolls of arcros and neopan 120. What developer works good ?,I was thinking of useing hc110 1:63.

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    HC-110 1+63 is my choice. 6.5 minutes or less works fine for most situations, but I have to go for 7.25 to 7.5 min to bring some life into the Holga negatives.

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    Thanks Poohblah, 6.5 seems alittle sort ,what asa rating, 100. temp 68 F?

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    I like Rodinal 1+50, 68 degrees, 11 minutes. Agitate first 30 seconds, then 2 inversions every 30 seconds.





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    Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
    Isn't a B&W negative also the first step in E6?

    Yes. But it would have color couplers. Kodachrome would not. So it would be a true B+W negative. Come to think of it, Kodachrome could be processed to be a B+W negative OR positive, in addition to a color positive.

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    The colour couplers in an E-6 film themselves are colourless. So you `practically´ would have a B&W negative. The same for unmasked C-41 films.
    But keep in mind that all those films are not designed to yield `just´ a B&W negative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike c View Post
    Thanks Poohblah, 6.5 seems alittle sort ,what asa rating, 100. temp 68 F?
    Yeah, ASA 100, but my water temp is usually around 72 F.

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